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Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Greensboro

posted on January 16, 2019 by Amy Scott

Greensboro Celebrates the Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join Greensboro as we commemorate what King stood for with our community before, during and after MLK day these community activities and events. Note that the events listed are from 2019. MLK Shabbat Service Friday, January 18, 7:30 pm Temple Emanuel, 1129 Jefferson…Read more

April in Greensboro

posted on March 23, 2019 by Amy Scott

Hello April Get Ready for a good time in Greensboro this April. Food, Laughs and more are on the way. Cheers! It’s NC Beer Month April is NC Beer Month with Greensboro 8 breweries and growing, stop by for a pint or take a tour of our breweries. Our Breweries Include: Red Oak, Pig Pounder,…Read more

Celebrate the Fourth of July

posted on June 18, 2018 by Amy Scott

Fireworks, Food and Fun in Greensboro The American Holiday in Greensboro is wonderful experience full of fireworks, family fun and more. Celebrate National Independence in the Gate City with some of these great events that will make you cheer “America!” Fun Fourth FestivalThe annual tradition celebrating 38 years takes over downtown Greensboro with over 8…Read more

Comic Book City, USA celebrates FCBD

posted on April 30, 2018 by Greensboro CVB

Free Comic Book Day, the highly anticipated annual event connecting comic book fans with independent and locally owned comic book stores, is Saturday, May 5th this year. What better way to enjoy the festivities than in the city that has been officially nicknamed by the Greensboro City Council, “Comic Book City, USA?” Be sure to get…Read more

Celebrate Earth Day

posted on April 15, 2018 by Amy Scott

Earth Day in Greensboro  Proximity Hotel Greensboro Science Center Iron Hen Cafe Gateway Gardens Lime Bikes EARTH DAY – April 22, 2021 Celebrating the 51th Anniversary Virtually Greensboro Parks and Recreation  Stream new content from Greensboro Parks and Recreation weekdays at 1 pm EST on their Facebook page. Greensboro Parks and Recreation are providing a variety of content that has…Read more

Get Green in Greensboro – Celebrate St. Patty’s day

posted on March 12, 2018 by Amy Scott

St. Patrick’s Day in Greensboro  You’ll be feeling lucky in Greensboro this St. Patrick’s Day. We’re offering a wide range of events this weekend including Around Town, Historical and Family Fun, don’t miss out. All events are happening on Saturday, March 17th unless otherwise noted.  Around Town M’Coul Public House 14th Annual Celebration Greensboro traditional…Read more

Greensboro will host the 2019 World Championships in Irish Dancing

posted on January 8, 2018 by Amy Scott

Grab your jig shoes and mark your calendars April 14 – 21, 2019 as Greensboro welcomes The World Championships in Irish Dancing at the Koury Convention Center. After making the short list Greensboro was among three cities asked to present in Dublin, Ireland to the Irish Dancing Commission. Representatives from the Greensboro Convention & Visitors…Read more

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

posted on January 15, 2018 by Amy Scott

It’s Martin Luther King, Jr. and the commencement of the US Civil Rights Trail. What better way to celebrate than with Greensboro historic connections with the Civil Rights Movement.Did you know that on April 4, 1968 that Martin Luther King, Jr was scheduled to speak in Greensboro, but chose to stay in Memphis, Tennessee where he…Read more

Celebrate New Year’s in Greensboro

posted on December 23, 2017 by Amy Scott

Welcome 2018Ring in 2018 with these fun events happening around Greensboro we’ve got a little something for everyone. From Live Music to Parties and Family Fun. Ring in with Live Music NYE Bash with Journey Tribute Band Trial By Fire and James Vincent Carol Cone Denim Entertainment Center 336-378-9646 Tickets Website Facebook  NYE Party with House…Read more

There’s No Place Like Home!

posted on November 6, 2017 by Greensboro CVB

Join Dorothy for her 23rd annual Triad journey over the rainbow and down the Yellow Brick Road where she’ll meet munchkins, witches, a clever Scarecrow, a sentimental Tinman, a cowardly lion with great potential, and a wizard who’s not all he seems to be. Laugh with the Ozians, cower at the appearances of the Wicked Witch…Read more

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